For many athletes the transition from the sporting arena to corporate corridors can be daunting if not overwhelming. The change in pace, in demands, in familiarity can prove to be a significant hurdle to scale and these changes are, in some capacity or another, unavoidable.
Although the shifts in environments possess their fair share of challenges, sport and the characteristics developed within can be incredible useful in overcoming these challenges. Adaptability, resilience, discipline, goal-setting: all of these traits are forged through sport but are applied to multiple scenarios, many of which are non-sporting. Most notably the workplace, an environment although rarely resembling that of a basketball court or ski slope, is often the setting in which these traits can flourish.